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[software]CyberBox II - Doug Beeferman
The response to the original Cyberbox game that I released exactly a year ago well exceeded my expectations. This sequel is a completely rewritten game with a host of improvements, but with the same theme as its predecessor. There are twice as many logic puzzles and a far superior interface, but the keys to winning the game are still forethought and careful problem-solving.
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Puzzle games
Downloads: 41
[software]CyberBox - Doug Beeferman
CyberBox is a game of thinking ahead. Given the simple challenge of getting from one point to another, you will find yourself anticipating the effects of every move you make in between. There are 16 levels (rooms) for you to solve. The object of the game is to solve each room in the minimum number of moves, so as to attain the highest possible score.
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Puzzle games
Downloads: 32
[software]Gripple - Doug Beeferman
This program is based on a little pocket game of the same name by a company called M-Squared Incorporated.  I liked the pocket game very much, but I found that the pieces were difficult to rotate and sometimes even popped off!  The computer version is a solution to that, although I'm aware that the awkwardness of the pocket game is half the fun.You will see a shuffled board of pegs when you run the program...
Keywords: DOS games; Vintage computer games; Board games
Downloads: 16
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